Time: 24-Hour online access
Location: Online *ONGOING AVAILABILITY
In this workshop Richard will introduce you to the programming environment Max/MSP and the Arduino Uno microcontroller. Max/MSP is a visual programming environment used for real-time audio and video synthesis, processing and interaction. Although the software is highly versatile and multi-faceted, this workshop will focus on how it can be used to create interactive installations and performances.
Richard Davis is an artist, animator and musician based in Belfast. He creates installations, sculptures and instruments that use various interactive technologies to rethink how we can physically engage with music. He is currently completing a PhD at Queen’s University focusing on the performance of voice using movement and interactive technologies such as motion and muscle sensors.
The workshop can be accessed on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/futurelabs05
There is a trailer to view content.
Access is £5 and you can re-watch as many times as you like within a 30 day period!
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Also, check out our Future Labs Podcast!
We have launched a new mini podcast series where our Creative Technician, Richard Davis, chats to each of the workshop facilitators about their content, their own artistic practice and their experiences working throughout the pandemic.